Levi Colwill refuses to extend his contract with Chelsea.
The Blues are determined to extend the youngster’s contract who had a tremendous campaign with Brighton.
Colwill has been the subject of enquiries from both Liverpool and Manchester City this summer and Brighton wanted to sign the defender on a permanent deal.
He has under contract at Stamford Bridge until the summer of 2025 and a 12-month extension clause can be triggered.
The 20-year-old demands regular minutes next season and would like to have a discussion with manager Mauricio Pochettino before signing any contract.
“Going up and training with [England] is one thing, but I’ve got to keep up my performances next season. I need to play. I need to do well,” Colwill confessed.
“There are so many things that come into you going back there. I don’t think it’s a case of, ‘I’m close now, I might go up on the next camp’. I’ve got to keep playing, and playing well. That will be a big thing for me next season.”
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